My Top 5 Skinny Girl In Transit Characters

My Top 5 Skinny Girl In Transit Characters

I would have argued had someone told me I would fall head over heels in love with a chick flick. However, that seems to be the case right now as NdaniTv’s Skinny Girl In Transit has really grown on me. Ideally, I would expect myself to already be bored by a series of this genre in its fourth season. But, on the contrary, I seem to be getting more and more invested in the show. I, personally, consider Skinny Girl In Transit the NdaniTv project that has come the closest to rivaling Gidi Up’s fame and acclaim.

In this post, I’ll be highlighting my top five characters from the Skinny Girl In Transit. Of course, this is a highly subjective list. And, as such, I’ll understand if you end up disagreeing with my picks. With that said, my favorite Skinny Girl In Transit characters, shall we?

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5. INI DIMA-OKOJIE AS HADIZA.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTION: Tiwa’s Self-Appointed Office Enemy

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE CHARACTER.

The resilience with which she repeatedly tries to get at Tiwa reminds me of Tom from the famous kiddies cartoon, Tom & Jerry.

Seeing her dragged and embarrassed by the double team of Didi and Tiwa is always a joy, something to look forward t. A shame she didn’t return for season 4.

As much as you might want to hate her for being the “Office B***h,” how true and relatable her character is will eventually trump your emotions. Those who have worked, or are at present working, in a corporate environment will understand this better.

Alright, so, it’s not all negatives. At least, we can learn determination, resilience and focus from Hadiza, as repeated failures and disgrace were not enough to stop her from witch-hunting Tiwa. It’s all a matter of perspective, lol.

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Her character is obsessed with power and control.

She is driven by her insecurities.

Hadiza is unnecessarily competitive.

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4. AYOOLA AYOOLA AS MIDE.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTION: Tiwa’s boss turned lover.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE CHARACTER

As far as this show is concerned, Mide is a perfect gentleman. An absolutely pure breed, not a strand of the Yoruba demon gene can be found in him.

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Save for his run-in with Tiwa at the start of season two, for which you’d be right to consider him an arrogant character, Mide has managed to keep an enviably clean sheet for the three seasons he has been on the show.

3. NGOZI NWOSU AS MAMA TIWA.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTION: Tiwa’s mother.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE CHARACTER.

She embodies the traditional Nigerian mother to a T. Guilt tripping of wards, check. Overly dramatic, double check. Favoring one child to spite the other, A thousand checks. And, as typical of most Nigerian mothers, an obsession with marriage, a million checks.

Her antics and unorthodox way of showing it aside, she is actually a very loving and caring mother.

Ngozi Nwosu’s interpretation of the character is just so on point.

FLAWS:

She tends to go on for too long sometimes.

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2. SHARON OOJA AS SHALEWA.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTION: Tiwa’s “Evil” Younger Sister.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE CHARACTER.

I get to live vicariously through her. I see the younger, pain in the ass, sibling I never got around to becoming in her.

As much as she can be trouble, when the chips are down, she can also be the voice of reason.

Her excesses cause for a lot of conflict around the house.

FLAWS:
Easily gets jealous.

A tad too materialistic.

1. BISOLA AIYEOLA AS DIDI.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTION: Tiwa’s Co-worker And Intimate Friend.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE CHARACTER.

She brings a spice of drama to every situation, even tense and uptight ones. With her, there is always a reason to laugh.

“Didi-tron,” defender of the “Tiwa-verse.” She is the type of friend everyone deserves, the one you can trust to always have your back through thick and thin.

She comes packed with just the right amount of petty.

FLAWS:
Errr, If there is one, I must have missed it while being cracked up by her character.

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